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Mate i would hold on to it,what would you figure they would be worth on the open market in good condition,just curious?

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ps: better keep it short otherwise we will be moved of the planet LOL
 

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Likewise, I have a 125 TEL in need of restoration (just too much rust). There are apparently a few different versions of the bike. Some have Earls forks, mine blade forks plus the sport and turismo. I also came across an article in an Italian magazine with both a 125 & 150 TEL
 

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If you want a classic MV then you have to do some serious hunting (not just asking on this website) and be prepared to import a bike. They don't just appear especially the older bikes.

here are some websites which deal with older Italian bikes, in particular MVs. You may have to google part of the addresses as they don't always work as shown. There are heaps of others around so when you find a possible source of a classic italian save it into a folder and keep returing to it. You will lso get a feel for what is a reasonable price and what is ludicrous. Also do some research into what a TEL will look like as there are a few different versions (and people don't always know what they are selling). Save any pics of them for future reference.

Finally, be warned that parts are not redily available so try and get a complete bike with an engine that kicks over.

http://thebikemuseum.com/
http://www.madeinitalymotorcycles.com
mobile.de
http://www.moto.it/moto-epoca/mv-agusta/index.html (www.moto.it/moto-epoca)
http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/classic_cars.php?category=15&make=660&region=&country=&era=&advert_type=&price=&keyword=mv&S.x=36&S.y=16&S=Search (http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/cat/15/)
 

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